3 Unique Places to Visit in the Caribbean

Looking for a unique Caribbean destination that is not over developed, and crowded during the peak tourist season? There are a few islands that have maintained much of their original natural beauty, charm, and offer an out of the ordinary experience.  

1) Curacao has a unique European charm with an exotic, tropical backdrop. The capital city Willemstad is one of the busiest ports in the Caribbean, and recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. A walking tour of Willemstad will convince you this is one of the prettiest cities in the Caribbean.

The capital city’s famous landmarks is the Queen Emma Bridge, also called the “Swinging Old Lady”. It is the world’s largest floating pedestrian bridge, and opens on a regular basis to enable cruise ships and other sailing vessels to enter and exit the harbor. At night the bridge is illuminated with thousands of tiny fairy lights.…

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Unique Cruise Offers From Royal Caribbean

The story is unique in that it offers the straight story of the method Kinser endured to get his first job on a cruise ship. It also provides a pretty descriptive view of life beneath the waterline, as well as, above. Joshua really leaves his mark with what the cruise ship life does to an individual in a philosophical way and the way it changed him endlessly.

After stopping at Buzios, Salvador and Fortaleza up the Atlantic Coast, Maasdam enters the Amazon River on Thursday, March 13. Before reaching Manaus, almost 1,500 kilometres up the river within the coronary heart of the Amazon Rainforest, the ship makes two stops along the best way. Maasdam stops at Santarem and Boca da Valeria before an overnight at Manaus.

We had been priviledged to be on one of many first ships to stop there when the port lastly opened up affter Hurricane Ike. …

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